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Getting Started with Oracle Hyperion Planning 11 by Enti Sandeep Reddy

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Data source creation

In this section, we'll create a data source for our Hyperion Planning application. Every single Planning application needs a separate and individual relational database/schema. Planning applications cannot share databases/schemas and we cannot reuse the Planning system database (whose name is 'HYPPLAN', and which we used to configure the Planning product in Chapter 2) that we used when Planning was installed and configured. It is important to note that we cannot have a same relational source for two different Planning applications. In this section, we'll create a data source with the name 'PandB', which will be used in the next step of application creation.

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Every new Planning application would need a new data source (that ...

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